The GSSEF 2013 – 2014 Annual Report is a comprehensive report on our organization’s activities, programs, events, and highlights from the preceding Girl Scout year.
Take a look at all the amazing things our girls are doing.
When you click on either the link above or the image to the right, please note the special flippable page features of the 2013-2014 Annual Report.
You can also print a copy of the 2013 – 2014 Annual Report or view it as a PDF file by clicking here.
All Girl Scout volunteers deserve one big collective Thank You from all of us. They give freely of their time and themselves to mentor and to fuel girls imagination to think big and dream big. And to make the world and their communities a better place.
During this special week, take a moment or two to think of all the Girl Scout volunteers that you know and appreciate so you can thank them for all they do.
GSSEF Service Centers will be closed on Thursday, April 2 for an all-day staff meeting. GSSEF Retail Stores will be open. If you will need any items from the service centers, please be sure to make those arrangements prior to April 2. Service Centers will re-open on Monday, April 6.
UPDATE: The repairs that have been underway at the Oakland Park Service Center are nearing completion however the Service Center will need to remain closed for an additional day. The Oakland Park Service Center will now be closed through Tuesday, March 31. Thank you for your patience and understanding. You will be able to connect with staff members by email and cell phone during this time. We will update this post if this date changes.
The Oakland Park Service Center will be closing for repairs beginning Thursday, March 26 through Monday, March 31. This closure includes regular GSSEF office hours, and evening and weekend use of the building. The Retail Store will be closed on these dates as well. If you need to pick something up from Oakland Park Service Center, please make arrangements before March 26.
You will be able to connect with staff members by email and cell phone during this time.
Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida will hold its Annual Meeting on Saturday, April 11, 2015. All girl members over the age of 14 years and all registered adult volunteer members are welcome to attend this meeting as visitors. There is no charge to attend.
Business items on the agenda include a report of the stewardship of the Council and the election of members-at-large and officers to the board of directors and members of the board development committee. In addition, there will be reports on outdoor program progression and the GSSEF Long Range Property Plan Task Group insights, strategies and recommendations.
Oakland Park Service Center
4701 N.W. 33rd Avenue, Oakland Park
9:30 a.m. – Registration and Light Continental Breakfast
10:00 a.m. – Call to Order
To RSVP for the meeting, please email Gina Deighan at email@example.com.
After the Annual Meeting Activities
Come join us for S’mores and an archery demonstration immediately following the Annual Council Meeting.
Girls want to be outdoors frequently, and in varied ways. The Girl Scout Research Institute’s More Than S’Mores report found that girls with more frequent and longer-in-duration outdoor experiences are more likely to seek challenges and better prepared to solve problems—qualities that will advance them personally and academically. Participating regularly in outdoor activities also helps girls develop competence, interpersonal skills, and a sense of being able to make a difference for the environment.
And actually being outdoors has similar benefits for adults as well! So plan to stay and enjoy the outdoors with us. We’ll save you a S’more.